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Beit Olam East Cemetery
Consecrated Nov. 7;
150 Attend Ceremony, Wayland, MA

The consecration of the new Beit Olam East Cemetery in Wayland, MA was attended by about 150 people. Almost all of the attendees participated in walking the perimeter of the grounds, stopping seven times for prayer. The cemetery provides 7200 grave sites for both Reform and Conservative families.


Final Touches Going On Beit Olam East
with Consecration on Nov. 7

October 25, 2010 – Read the full story as published in The Jewish Advocate this week (Oct. 29)

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Art for the kiosks that are available throughout the Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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Walkways and roadways are sealed with beautiful gravel at the Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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The west-end prayer garden in morning light at Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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The western prayer garden in a peaceful corner.

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Easterly view from the western prayer garden at the Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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Easterly view from the western prayer garden at the Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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Grave lot markers all in a row.

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Fall colors are evident as the final touches go on at the Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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The central prayer gardent ut the Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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Early morning light bathes the eastern prayer garden at the Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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The JCAM team prepares for the consecration ceremonies.

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Work is nearly done at Beit Olam East Cemetery.


Construction at Beit Olam East Cemetery,
Wayland, MA In Final Phases

August 2010 – As the end of the month nears, construction on the new Beit Olam East Cemetery in Wayland, MA is heading into its final phases, with consecration now planned Sunday, November 7, 2010 at Noon – save the date! There will be a dedication service – details will be announced.

Beit Olam East is located just a stone’s-throw away from the existing Beit Olam Cemetery on 10 acres of beautifully serene rolling meadows. The Beit Olam cemeteries are the only Jewish cemeteries in Metrowest with an interfaith section, welcoming Jewish family members with a non-Jewish spouse. The Beit Olam cemeteries provide for separate sections in an equal, respectful and inclusive manner. To date, JCAM has sold approximately 1,400 sites. There are 7200 sites available.

East Look Panorama

August Progress Summary: Wide-angle panorama looking east from near the original Beit Olam Cemetery

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Prayer garden (walls going up) taking shape at the west end nearest the original cemetery.

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Close-up of the western-most prayer garden walls taking shape.

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View looking west from the east end of Beit Olam East nearest the main entrance.

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Loam is being spread as a finishing touch to the grounds in many places as perimeter landscaping also is being installed.

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Support walls hold up a section of the new cemetery near the new entrance.

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The top of the entry drive is finished and landscaped near the east end of Beit Olam East Cemetery.

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Landscaping is giving the new Beit Olam East Cemetery shape near the main entrance.

 


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